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Synonyms for euphonic

resembling or having the effect of music, especially pleasing music

Synonyms for euphonic

of or relating to or characterized by euphony


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As the author of some two hundred madrigals, Guarini occupies a significant place in the history of the Italian lyric in the last decades of the seventeenth century for the euphonic quality of his verse.
The pencil thin, whitish and illiterate Zarsanga is so proud of her euphonic and bewitching voice that even in her mid-fifties she challenges the young vocalists to match her in rhythmic frequency.
Joshua Queah is a part of a group named Casino Blues, he is also associated with bands like Euphonic Trance and Faith.
Jazz represents a freedom beset by boundaries, originating slave songs in the paddies with a mock-play on Western instruments, to breaking out of classical conventions by adding dissonant notes that create euphonic melodies.
Sandhi does not mean that "two adjoining letters are replaced by a single letter" (432), but is a matter of euphonic rules.
As a remixer, John has worked for high profile labels like Euphonic, Afterglow, Ministry Of Sound and Paul Van Dyk's Vandit Records.
a world leader in software and IP for semiconductor design and manufacturing, has announced that Euphonic Technologies has achieved first-pass silicon success for its high-performance EGC601 Embedded Graphics Controller system-on-chip (SoC) utilizing Synopsys' DesignWare(R) IP for PCI Express.
This is what constitutes the chief appeal of poetry, quite apart from its exploiting rhythmic and euphonic properties of the language which are in themselves quite revelatory.
It can alledgedly have sprung from Manchu with euphonic medial r, perhaps after place names in -uria such as Etruria or Liguria.
I was aroused by this structure; even the name "The Octagon" had a euphonic ring.
Chapman's novel illustrates what we've abandoned, and his lush, imagistic, euphonic prose is a sensory delight while it addresses the deepest, most significant matters of human nature.
In Christianity, for a start, there is so much by way of the iconic and euphonic to be found that Whitehouse's generalities about the weight of the discursive over cognitive immediacy do not always make good sense.
Indeed this is reflected in the English language itself, with its structural and euphonic aptitude for histrionics and its infinite combinatorial possibilities.